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Eisenhower Memorial debate gets heated [New York Times]

“Inside the Beltway” would be a pretty big, not-all-that-dense city. [GGW]

Barry Farm rec center breaks ground tomorrow. [ow.ly]

A D.C. minimum-wage earner has to work 132-hour weeks to afford an average two-bed apartment. [DCist]

New plans for a condo building at 14th and W NW [UrbanTurf]

Cherry blossom peak now expected between April 3 and 6 [WJLA]

The National Urban League is moving to Shaw’s Progression Place. [WBJ]

Ninenty-nine percent of D.C.’s streets are in poor or mediocre shape. [DCist]

Renderings of NoMa’s big 2M apartment building [UrbanTurf]

The D.C. region likes Ohio State, Indiana, Duke, and UNC/Michigan in the NCAA tourney. [Facebook]

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